Final Test - Easy
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long did John have to stay in a small room as punishment?
(a) 3 months.
(b) 3 days.
(c) 3 weeks.
(d) An entire day.
2. How did Jack respond to the opinions of those under his command?
(a) He only listened to the officers under his command.
(b) He thought that other ideas were ridiculous.
(c) He refused to listen to them.
(d) He was interested in hearing them and truly listened.
3. What happened when the enemy came near John?
(a) He continued forward to release his bombs.
(b) He panicked and froze.
(c) He shot them down.
(d) He evaded them and flew away.
4. What was the result of having a famous father for John?
(a) He was treated better than other prisoners.
(b) He was released.
(c) He was able to eat with the enemy.
(d) He was treated more harsly than other prisoners.
5. What happened after John's actions during the Christmas Eve service in 1968?
(a) He was put into solitary confinement.
(b) A fellow soldier reminded him of how much God loved him.
(c) His family wrote to him.
(d) He was beaten.
6. What health issue did John first struggle with when he roomed with Bud?
7. What protocol did the American Prisoners of War follow?
(a) The Code of Honor.
(b) The Navy Code.
(c) The American Creed.
(d) The Code of Conduct.
8. What did the guard draw in the dirt at Christmas?
(a) His name.
(b) A cross.
(c) A manger.
(d) A swastika.
9. What were John's parents informed regarding his situation?
(a) They were told he was completely fine.
(b) They were told that he was gravely injured and would probably die.
(c) They were told that he was gravely injured, yet would survive.
(d) They were told he was dead.
10. What did John do during the Christmas Eve service in 1968?
(a) He started an uprising.
(b) He finally broke down and cried.
(c) He decided that trusting God was useless.
(d) He prayed for his family.
11. What did Jack keep on file that only those closest to him knew about?
(a) Vietnamese maneuvers.
(b) Anti-American propaganda.
(c) Battle strategies.
(d) Anything relating to his son and the other war prisoners.
12. What did the soldiers do their first night in Camp Unity?
(a) They planned an escape.
(b) They stayed awake all night.
(c) They slept in peace.
(d) They sang songs and put on a play.
13. What was John supposed to do in Hanoi on his mission?
(a) Bomb the harbor.
(b) Bomb the thermal power plant.
(c) Scan the area for map-making.
(d) Fly over the area sniping people.
14. How many children did Carol and John have?
(b) They couldn't have any.
15. How did John feel about the soldiers who tried to escape and participated in forms of resistance?
(a) He wished he had their bravery.
(b) He was angry at them because everyone was punished for their thoughtless actions.
(c) He thought they were stupid.
(d) They were like lanterns leading the way with their honor, courage, and faith.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the summer of 1969 like for John and the other prisoners?
2. How did John feel about signing a statement of confession?
3. What did John think as he ejected from the plane over Hanoi?
4. Where did the prisoners leave messages for each other?
5. In late August, months after offering John an early release, what did the Vietnamese do?
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